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The position of Refugees post Brexit

For many who voted for Brexit, the main reason given was immigration. Those people want to see a reduction in the number of immigrants in the UK.....

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Rights of EEA Nationals who live in the UK and are married to a British Citizen

Under current UK nationality rules, EEA nationals who have been living lawfully in the UK for a period of five years are entitled to permanent residency automatically on their fifth year anniversary in the UK. 

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The House of Commons debate on the position of EU Nationals

James Brokenshire, The Minister for Immigration, responded to questions on EU nationals living in the UK in the House of Commons on 4 July 2016.

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Brexit – impact on the rights of EU citizens in the UK

The results of the EU referendum have undoubtedly left many EU citizens confused as to what the future holds for them and their families in the UK. While things may change in the long-term, it is important to remember that the current EU legal framework will continue to apply until the exit negotiation process is concluded and Britain formally reaches an agreement with the European Union on its position, something which is expected to take a minimum of two and a half years, so as to possibly be effective from 1 January 2019.

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